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inside otherwise you might blow away. >> and apple boss steve jobs photo controversy looking gravely ill. but is it a fake? then, coupon lady, why she is told her coupons are no good at this supermarket. >> this was personal. >> the confrontation caught on camera. >> i can't use my coupons? >> is america ready for chaz bono on dancing with the stars? >> that's going to get a lot of people talking. >>> hello, everybody. thank you for joining us for our first broadcast in high definition. we hope you like our crisp new look no matter what kind of television set you might be watching on. she didn't say a word but she still made quite a statement. on stage at the mtv video music awards beyonce opened her jacket and rubbed her belly and let the world know she is pregnant with her first child. jim morets that and all of the other drama at the always entertaining vmas. >> beyonce rubs her belly making it official. the superstar is pregnant with her first child. proud hubby jay-z beams from the audience getting a pat on the back from pal can yeah west- - kanye west he even gives beyonce a salute
to find common ground in their criticism of president obama. nbc's steve handelsman reports. >> reporter: only republican candidates in the fox debate in iowa saved their best shots for president obama. >> our president simply doesn't understand how to lead. >> and the message is this. you are finished in 2012. >> reporter: mitt romney in iowa for the first time since may got heckled. >> look, obama-care was patterned after the mitt plan in massachusetts. >> reporter: fighting to keep his campaign alive tim pawlenty pronounced no more timidity. >> her record is nonexistent. >> people are looking for a champion. they want someone that's fighting sdwroosh if that's your view of effective leadership, please stop because you're killing us. >> reporter: texas governor rick perry made clear he is going to run. perry's move mocked by a fellow texan. >> i'm pleased he is coming in because he represents the status quo. >> you raise your hand. >> reporter: all the debaters did agree to oppose tax hikes, but this has been the most contentious debate. saturday comes the iowa straw poll that is sure
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that up in newport. beat buddy marucci there. and then the epic 5 down in the morning 18 on steve scott in pumpkin ridge, his most dramatic of all the comebacks. the first ever to win three straight u.s. amateur titles. tiger woods. and out at the 14th, cantlay is away. kraft is perfectly positioned. we saw cantlay kind of nudge up against the fescue over there, roger. >> yes, the ball is in the fescue, dan. but not heavy fescue. it's sitting down slightly, though, which i think will affect the trajectory. he has 249 left to the hole, 228 to the front. >> second shot that does play slightly back uphill. >> you do have side boards to the left of the hole and a backboard behind the ball -- or behind the hole. i'm just thinking this is something that's going to come in lower and a little hotter. may have to chase it back up on to that level if he can. >> guys have played so much golf even before the long week at the u.s. amateur. cantlay's summer starts all the way back even before the ncaas, steve, but he was second at the ncaas, tied for 12st at the u.s. open. then he shoots the 60 in th
. >> there is only one week left before the grand prix takes over downtown baltimore. >> as steve jobs steps down as apple's ceo, they say he is also stepping down as the leader of a digital revolution. >> irene is a major hurricane now and it will have a big impact on our weather this weekend. >> here is a look at what we are working on for 11 days at 6:00. we are keeping a close eye on the hurricane as it moves closer to the east coast. governor o bally has declared a state of emergency. plus, you should know if you do not have flood insurance you can -- it is too late to buy it now. you can still protect yourself. we will have these stories for you and a much >> 25th day of august, only four months until christmas. how about that? we are deep into the tropical season. irene looks to be a major hurricane that will impact our region. hunker down and get ready for it. but all of your plants. debate saturday night and sunday morning is when we will be singing it. latest track minutes away. 81 degrees at the airport. a good shot of rain as thunder rumbled to the region. i kept our temperature in th
her son say "i did not have any money." she says she heard a man with haiti in his voice telling steve to shut -- with hate in his voice telling steve to shut up. earlier, during opening statements, the prosecutor called the brutal and senseless crime, saying there is nothing worse than it parents losing a child, and added what is more tragic is the mother 1,000 miles away helpless on a cell phone as he is confronted, robbed, and stabbed to death. >> the defense attorney says he is innocent, and wagner's girlfriend and another man in custody are the murderers, and both are set to testify against john wagner. >> there is already a guilty plea to the robbery. cosby is accused of using the victim's credits card hours after the murder. another witness found him on the ground -- the dictum on the ground. he kept struggling to say something, he thinks it was a "mom. >> city officials hope to use a new incentive to lure eight bidder for the slot said. up to $6 million will be used to help cover and fisher costs. while there appears to be interest, the demand for a 3% tax might meet resistance
at the top of apple. the man behind the iphone and the ipad says, i quit. steve jobs announced his resignation. he says he can no longer meet the duties of this position. he had been on leave after battling pancreatic cancer and undergoing a liver transplant. tim cook replaces steve jobs as ceo. officials at the department of health and human services are working to develop a facebook application that would help people through a catastrophic event, anything from her cane to a terrorist attack. it connects friends to agree to be lifelines, those who will check on you in an emergency, offer shelter and provide updates online. the site is taking lifeline applications now. >> now, your insta-weather plus forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> the thunder and lightning is backing off a little bit. here we are in baltimore. a few showers around us and more rain out west. we will be dealing with this kind of stuff all day long. some of these storms can be strong. let's take a look at the current situation outside. where it has been raining, it is a little cooler. lower 80's and in t
is the fate of apple as steve jobs is calling it quits? >> in glen burnie, word of an accident. we are tracking want in white [ waves crashing ] [ whistling ] ♪ [ webber ] discover all that northwest florida has to offer. seventeen hidden beaches, one revealing destination. and only at can you get 99-dollar fares nonstop from bwi airport to panama city beach. [ ding ] >> welcome back. 6:14. 77 degrees downtown. we expect some rain to move and later this morning. take an umbrella. 73 at the airport. 73 in westminster. we're watching some thunderstorms dropping in from pennsylvania and west virginia. they are pretty strong. the direction of movement is down towards us. take an umbrella with you. into later this morning, some showers and thunderstorms are going to pop up and some could be strong. let's talk about the hurricane. that will affect us over the weekend. it is moving through the bahamas and it has weakened just a little bit. it is still a category 3 hurricane with sustained winds over 100 miles per hour. there will be a tremendous amount of damage coming out
.com and on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to 5:08. 71 degrees on tv hill. steve jobs has resigned. >> hurricane irene clears the streets in the bahamas. kate amara is following the storm perhaps along the east coast. >> good morning. 5:10. 76 degrees downtown. it is dry in baltimore for now. we could see some thunderstorms later this morning. there might be some showers and storms popping up. warmer than yesterday. 73 at the airport. 72 in westminster. increasing clouds with a chance for showers and thunderstorms. take an umbrella with you. now to the news desk. >> hurricane irene is gaining strength with winds over 100 miles per hour. >> we have to be ready. kate amara joins us live with more. >> they are talking about possibly evacuate parts of manhattan this morning. this is a big storm. irene could intensify to a category four today. a night of heavy wind and rain. hurricane irene battered the bahamas and is headed for the u.s. it is a massive storm, poised to make landfall here by the weekend. >> our predictions are not anything but predictions and we must a
and there weren't any diamonds. i knew he had eaten them. she came down and took him across the street. steve grant x-rays -- steve ran x-rays. the next afternoon, the hearings and two diamonds were recovered. no panic. >> honey bun was guilty as charged. >> i have not scolded him to this day. it was my fault for leaving the chair there. >> he is now very cautious about where he leaves his desk chair. they are keeping a closer eye on honey bun. >> you know what? they may have cleaned them. i don't know if i would wear them. 5:28. 59 degrees on tv hill. >> some of the worst of the local damage from the east co >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today. >> maryland rattled by one of the strongest earthquakes to hit the east coast since world war ii. it was felt as far north as canada and as far south as florida. good morning. welcome back to 11 news today. i am stan stovall. >> i am lisa robinson. cecil county schools are closed today. school was supposed to start today. >> earthquake day. >> anne arundel county schools started yesterday. >> a lot of people did not know what
's raid came just hours after josh powell's father, steve powell, leveled allegations against his missing daughter-in-law. >> she was open to me sexually, mentally, whatever. >> reporter: steve powell claims josh's wife often tried to seduce him and admits he openly made sexual advances toward susan. >> i wasn't going to turn down an opportunity with this beautiful woman, even though she was my son's wife. i'm sorry. she is just a wonderful person, and i enjoyed it. >> reporter: jennifer graves is steve powell's estranged daughter and a close friend of susan's. she said susan complained to her about her father-in-law's inappropriate advances. >> susan never told me about any inappropriate relationship. my dad never told me about any inappropriate relationship. >> reporter: disgusted and outraged by the salacious claims, susan's father, chuck cox, claims the racy allegations against susan are despicable and outright lies. he says the police seizure at his son-in-law's home is progress. >> it makes me much more comfortable if the journals are in their hands than in steve and josh's hands. >
on worldwide markets tomorrow, as well. >> problems on both sides of the atlantic. steve, does this downgrade from s&p hit americans' pocketbooks at home or not? >> there's plenty of confusion and concern about that, carl. we've never been in a situation where the world's benchmark debt, the united states, has been downgraded. so anybody who claims to know what they're talking about here, probably is making it up. there is concern, though, about interest rates, mortgage interest rates, credit card interest rates, some concern it may go up. but i will tell you, plenty of speculation on the other side that we've seen the worst of this. the market anticipated this and it's going to digest this latest bad news with pretty good equality the way it has with other things. >> michelle, steve, thanks. a quick program note there will be special coverage tonight on the markets, beginning at 8:00 p.m. eastern on cnbc. >>> tonight we're learning more about the attack on a u.s. helicopter in afghanistan that claimed the lives of 30 americans in the deadliest single incident since the ten-year war began. fo
's steve handelsman reports. >> reporter: in his first reaction since standard & poor's downgraded u.s. bonds late friday, president obama rejected the double-a plus rating. >> no matter what some agency may say, we've always been and always will be a triple-a country. >> reporter: u.s. stock markets dropped sickeningly. the dow losing 5.55%. the s&p 500, 6.66%. the nasdaq off 6.9%, the biggest drop in years. gold was up to an all-time high, $1,700, a sign investors are scared. by last week's debt ceiling deal, not big or bold enough. >> no one touched entitlement spending or tax reform. until republicans and democrats show an ounce of backbone and actually do what's in the interest of the american people rather than what's in their own immediate political interest, i can't argue with s&p's conclusion. >> reporter: the president said the downgrade could spur on new debt talks. >> our problems are imminently solvable, and we know what we have to do to solve them. >> reporter: that, in turn, pleased the head of standard & poor's. >> it was actually a bit of a new sense of urgency we he
-a rating, and the final details of the debt deal are still unfinished. nbc's steve handelsman reports. >> reporter: 11 hours before the deadline -- >> senate will come to order. >> reporter: the debt deal passed the senate easily. >> the yeas are 74, and the nays are 26. >> reporter: republicans celebrated. they say they won. >> the spending spree may actually, actually, be coming to an end. >> spend, spend, spend to cut, cut, cut. >> reporter: disrespondent democrats just got no default. >> almost everything else about this deal stinks. >> reporter: there's no new revenue, no tax hikes. >> for billionaires and multimillionaires to not be contributing to the arrangement we just made. >> reporter: president woim who signed the better averting default vowed to get the tax hikes that democrats demanded and do it this year. >> everyone is going to have to chip in. that's only fair. >> reporter: part of the debt deal is the super committee. 12 lawmakers who by december will virtually dictate deeper deficit reductions. president obama says that will require revenue hikes. >> reforming our t
giffords making a return to the capitol to cast her vote. steve handelsman reports. >> reporter: finally a bipartisan debt deal through the house. >> the bill has passed and without objection. >> reporter: 174 republicans and 95 democrats voting yes, including democrat gabby giffords, back on the hill for the first time since being shot in the face in january. burned out lawmakers finally had something to applaud. [ applause ] >> reporter: many in congress heat the debt deal. >> but default for the united states of america is not an option. >> reporter: even in some in the tea party voted yes. >> it's not perfect, but it takes us down that first step to start getting out of this. >> reporter: the compromise plan would cut about $1 trillion in spending right away and form a new bipartisan super committee to find another $1.5 trillion in savings by november. senate liberals are outraged at the first round cut in social programs. >> we can do that, but we simply can't ask one more dollar of shared sacrifice from the millionaires and billionaires. >> reporter: democrats think they'll win tax
monday, bargain hunters pushed markets to finish with impressive gains. steve handelsman has more. >> reporter: the stock markets were bouncing back the day after the big drop as federal reserve policy makers met in washington and decided against new intervention. the fed will keep interest rates super low as a stimulus for two more years and not buy more u.s. bonds. >> the fed is out of bullets. anything additional it can could has a marginal consequence. >> reporter: hearing a negative economic prediction, the markets dropped. >> thank you for coming out. >> reporter: in iowa tea party republican michelle bachmann blamed president obama for the crisis. >> president obama and the politicians have almost doubled the national debt in five years. that's why they're in trouble. >> reporter: democrats slammed the gop solution. much deeper spending cuts. >> you cannot balance the budget of the united states with 9 million to 14 million unemployed people, period. >> reporter: standard & poor's new york office, a plane flew a banner. thanks for the downgrade. you should all be fired. the
-related tweets. the man behind the iphone and apple success is resigning tonight. why steve jobs decided to step down. the shows you can only watch at home on your smartphone. tv is going where it has never been before. >> hurricane irene will impact parts of the united states. >> a steel beam arrived in baltimore. the beans will serve as the centerpiece of the local 9/11 memorial. they were originally part of the world trade center north tower. >> the importance of this artifact is the interaction with the public. this is the only memorial for maryland, to go and remember the people who were lost on that day. >> the memorial will feature the names of 68 from maryland who lost their lives in the attacks. attorney general eric holder promised 9/11 families an investigation into possible phone hacking by rupert murdoch 's media empire. a story in "e daily mirror" suggested the families may have been hacked. family members and their lawyers say they were pleased after meeting with eric colder of the justice department. steve jobs is no longer apple's ceo. if he announced his decision to resign toda
. >>> and a visionary resigns. steve jobs, the genius behind the iphone and ipad steps down as apple's ceo saying he no longer can meet the duties of his job. the decision about his health, and the impact on his company, today, thursday august 25, 20 1 11. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and welcome to "today" on this thursday morning. i'm ann curry. >> i'm david gregory in for matt on a very busy news morning. take a look at the conditions right now in the bahamas. hurricane irene has slammed the island chain. there are reports that 90% of the homes on two of the islands there have been severely daniel. >> that word is chilling for a lot of people along the coast bracing for irene. just this morning, the first hurricane watch was posted for the outer banks of north carolina where evacuations are currently under way. >> already under way. but the real threat could be to the u.s. right here in the northeast as we've been talking about all morning. the most significant hurricane potentially to threaten this area in two decades. experts are warning people here to get prepared. >> we'
he composed about susan. ♪[ music ] >> steve powell has already made the shocking claim on national t.v. that he was in love with his daughter in law and that she supposed hurricane came on to him. >> i wasn't going to turn down an opportunity with this beautiful woman even though she was my son's wife. >> now these love songs have just been discovered on a website " of steve powell's. -to this song titled "i said i love you" that susan's friends say is all about her. ♪ you made my eyes pop out of their sockets. you could empty all my pockets. this flirtation isn't rocket science. you came along and really knocked my socks off ♪ ♪ now you're all i think and talk of. so much for my former self- reliance ♪ >> i spoke to one of of susan's closest friends. she says susan told her she rejected her father-in-law's advances and even moved from seattle to utah to get away from him. that led him to write this song "i'm missing you." ♪ i can love you in a secret way. i can love you each and every day ♪ ♪ there is nothing i can't see. there is nothing you can't be. it's not perfec
. we have the latest now from steve hamilton in ames, iowa. >> michele bachmann celebrated her i will win. 29% of the vote in a field of nine. >> you have just sent a message to barack obama that he will be a one-term president. >> iowa republicans voted in the straw poll for their favorite. >> who did you vote for? >> michele. >> libertarian ron paul ran a close second with 28%. rick santorum was fourth with 10%. mitt romney only came to iowa twice since may. he won just 3% of the vote. texas governor, rick perry, got 4% -- all right in. perry in south carolina today stole some thunder from ottawa with this. >> i declare to you today as a candidate for president of the united states. >> a new republican contender and a new republican winner. >> this is a wonderful downpayment on taking the country back. >> we still have a very long way to go. michele bachmann is the front runner in iowa. you will have a mitt romney at the front runner in new hampshire. maybe rick perry is the front runner in south carolina. it will be a long campaign season. >> fresh -- it is less than a month u
lose. there for sure going to make the playoffs but it is not always perfect. >> thank you, steve. still ahead, john collins a >> how are we looking? >> a break from the storms today. tomorrow some storms, possibly severe. friday's next weekend we could see some more rain. >> thank you for joining us. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute [ cheers and applause ]
. steve has more. >> it is like a fair with lots of food, people, and bands. but the stars are republican candidates like rick santorum, tim pawlenty, michele bachmann, ron paul, and others. mitt romney was not in the state. iowans came to vote. they waited in long lines to cast a non-binding ballot for their favorite. some of them back to a republican who is not on the ballot. texas gov. rick perry passed on the straw poll joining the race today from south carolina. >> i will work every day to make washington as inconsequential in your life as i can. >> his christian conservatism appeals to many of the same people like michele bachmann who seemed to get the best turnout today. >> i know we are the team that cannot be beat. >> with today's polling seemingly do-or-die for tim pawlenty, his backers were everywhere. >> we're grateful for the momentum and support in iowa. >> republican candidates are getting publicity and weeding out at the straw poll. now there is the new factor of rick perry. four years ago, mitt romney 1 here. they both figure they're better off not contesting the i was st
are in iowa, another big-named compeat is set to officially join them. 11 news reporter steve handelsman has more on how the candidates are working overtime to bring in votes. >> conservatives gather in ames, iowa, before the straw poll. michelle bachman implied she'll win. >> tomorrow is the day we make the downpayment on taking the country back. >> iowa state has been ready getting ready for the all day vote. >> sarah palin says if she runs it would be sexist to run that her opponent would be bachman. >> if i'm going to duke it out, i'm going to duke it out with a guy. >> we do some things in texas that frankly are working. >> there are some things folks in washington could look to texas and get some good influence from. >> he could get the momentum going better than tim polente can or mit romney can. >> he needs a place in the straw poll. >> he has to do well in order to stay alive. >> mitt romney was in new hampshire. the g.o.p. national front-runner is skipping the traw poll. in an unconventional move to try to win the nomination, even to try to win the iowa caucusses as early as next y
, look what happened -- the dow up 430 points. what is the deal? steve handelsman has the latest on the markets and the politics. >> the stock markets were bouncing back as federal reserve policymakers met in washington, and decided against new intervention. the fed will keep interest rates super low as a stimulus for two years, and not buy more u.s. bonds. the markets, disappointed, immediately dropped. >> the fed is out of bullets. >> president obama was in delaware for the return of remains of u.s. forces killed in that afghanistan disaster. in island -- in iowa, a tea party republican michele bachmann blamed mr. obama for the crisis. >> president obama and politicians have almost doubled the national debt in five years. if that is why we are in trouble. >> tim pawlenty charged the president made matters worse yesterday. >> he began to act like a menu or spreader in a windstorm, throwing things in every direction with no focus. >> democrats slam the gop solution -- much deeper spending cuts. >> you cannot balance the budget of the united states with nine to 14 million unemploy
know, we had all the guys, john goodman, steve buscemi, turturro -- >> jay: wow. >> -- julianne moore, t-bone was there. >> jay: t-bone burnett? okay. >> yeah. >> jay: okay. >> oh man, it was wonderful. but, it was -- it was bizarre. >> jay: bizarre? >> it was like -- it was like one of the dude's dreams or something. [ laughter ] you know, it was a huge theatre. >> jay: right. >> maybe five or six balconies. they had these big leather, white chairs that we sat in. and everybody's quite the distance. and the moderator would ask a a question and the sound was so bad, you couldn't hear anything. it was just like -- [ makes bizarre noises ] [ laughter ] you know and then you're laughing. you said, "well i'd better try to --" you know, you do the best. finally, i just told the audience, i said, "you know, we cannot hear one word any of you guys have said. why don't we all just all 'om'?" >> jay: "om?" >> so, i led them in some oming and, you know, called it a a night. [ laughter ] >> jay: keeping with the -- >> yeah. >> jay: do you have a favorite line? what is your favori
after the closing bell by an icon of american business stepping down. silicone valley legend steve jobs issued a stunning resignation as chief executive of apple. the company he co-founded in a garage. the 56-year-old survived pancreatic cancer, but he has been on medical leave with an undisclosed medical condition. he has been elected chairman. jobs says he could no longer meet my duties and expectations as apple's ceo. apple skidded after hours after a brief halt in trade. >>> earlier a big jump in july durable goods orders. twice as much as expected. eased double dip recession worries. many still holding out hope fed chairman ben bernanke will announce new stimulus in a wyoming speech tomorrow. gold fell more than $100 wednesday. one of the steepest falls ever. after hitting a two and a half year low tuesday, bank of america shot up 11% calling speculation of a merger with rival jp morgan chase baseless. >>> homebuilder toll brothers rose 4.5% on giant quarterly income. elsewhere google will pay half a billion dollars to settle a criminal probe into ads it ran from on-line canadian p
: but the father of another victim, steve branch says he believes they did it. >> if these animals are released, you're just going to give the key to everybody that's on death row right now. >> reporter: today's deal insists that -- their lawyers say the state would never let them out if it was convinced of their guilt. the men say they'll never fight to prove their innocence, but many wonder who killed those boys. >>> america's largest bank plans to cut 3,500 job this is quarter and in a vast restructuring is said to be planning to cut thousands more. it's the story of our time, an economy in the doldrums and a nation in pain. nbc's chris jansing surveys the damage. >> don't make nobody walk over you. >> reporter: for half her life 82-year-old mary leeward has lived in this famous house in brooklyn. after refinancing, she couldn't keep up with the payments, the house was foreclosed and sold. outside, crowds gathered to support her. across the country in california, 35-year-old rosemary gutielle is on the verge of losing her home too. >> i went to college, i'm an educated woman and i thought at
to its call of duty game. facebook will give advertisers more access. finally, what do bill gates, steve jobs, and mark zuckerberg all have in common? they top gq's list of worst dressed men in silicone valley. >>> good-bye to football hero who became a movie star. hello to a pie in the face. and walk off winners in bean town. sfwlirchlgts plus, a mexican striker teaches a thing or two to europe's soccer champions. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> it's a little too early to be planning your weekend, but as far as the weather goes, emily could be a concern. your forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." >>> well, a very good morning to you. if you are just waking up, this is "early today." alex rodriguez is known for his hollywood lifestyle off the field, but a-rod's tinseltown ways may have caught up with him. here's mario solis with a look at all of your sports headlines. >>> hi there. good morning. alex rodriguez is no stranger to controversy, and now you can add gambling to the list. major league baseball is looking into allegations that a-rod to
. you may recall a kwchl weeks ago tiger fired his long-time caddie steve williams. well, now williams has paired up with adam scott, and scott is playing like the tiger of old. he is your leader after the first round at eight under. perhaps williams is a good luck charm. >>> the san francisco 49ers have signed wide receiver braylon edwards to a one-year contract. he caught seven touchdowns with the jets last season. >>> baseball, the cardinals molina has been suspended five games for a tantrum on tuesday night. he argued about the strike. he needed some goggles and a shower cap while listening to molina. >>> the game, a seesaw battle between rays and blue jays. toronto takes the lead in the tenth, and tampa ties it in the bottom of the eighth with a jennings homer. they exchange a pair of runs in the 11th. then in the 12th the rays finally end it. one squeezed through the hole. in comes the winning run. rays walk off with a 7-6 win. move over red sox. you got some company atop the al east. the yankees beat chicago 7-2 setting up a weekend series in boston with first place on the line.
apple co-founder steve jobs' ceo resignation, shares fell only slightly. a sharp drop thursday on germany's dax. a one point by as many as 5% increased jitters and selling on wall street. >>> new jobs numbers also fuelled selling. u.s. jobless claims rose last week to their highest points in pooif weeks, but that was largely inflated by formally striking workers at verizon. >>> after two days of sharp declines, gold rose more than 1%. elsewhere delta plans to spend billions buying 100 boeing 737 jets to upgrade its fleet. >>> finally, the gas-guzzling favorite of the rich and famous is also apparently the favorite of thieves. a new study finds the cadillac escalade is the most likely vehicle to be targeted by crooks. >>> the preseason football heats up. the red sox live off the long ball, and the u.s. final is set in little league baseball. plus, the new york yankees do something that has never been done before in the entire history of baseball. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> we're tracking the eye of hurricane irene as it heads towards north caroli
to speak. the former giants steve smith had the surgery last december. it makes him a higher risk signing. it has potential upside. he caught 107 passes just two years ago. a pretty good chance this will not turn their season around. the orioles get a chance to reacquaint themselves with the joys of winning. they be the white sox tonight 6- 4. he looked like he could not bear to watch. can you blame the guy? the bottom of the first, part of a huge night. solo home run, he went 4 for 5 tonight. bottom of the fed, -- fifth adam jones get into the act. it sent the game to extra innings pitched -- extra and spread -- innings. the orioles take it 6-4 over the white sox. >> i am a very strong guy with a lot of skills. very often, we did not very often to the waters parts and there is an open-ended ticket. he has some skills that could play out. -- up here. tonight, we had a good return. >> not sure, but i think he may have just compared them to moses. >> he is so even tempered. when or lose. >> that is not easy to do. >> stay with us. if i were a customer, i'd like nonstop travel because it's q
night. but markakis gets it back with one swing. it is his 100th career home run. steve stricker came within one putt of setting a record in the first round of the 93rd pga championship. he settled for a record-tying 63. on the first hole, a sign of things to come. he reads that perfectly. rory mcilry hurts his right wrist. he ends the day at even par. not a good day for tiger woods. out of the sand and into the water. he ends the day at 7 over 77. in danger of missing the cut. the pro from baltimore if i were a customer, i'd like nonstop travel because it's quicker. because it's convenient. it's just the best way to go. keeps the cost down. [ male announcer ] southwest airlines has added new nonstop flights from bwi airport to south carolina. it means more time doing the things i want to do. it's easy. it's hassle-free. there's no headaches. [ male announcer ] fly southwest airlines' new nonstops from bwi airport to greenville-spartanburg and charleston, south carolina. i like nonstop travel because... you don't got any more stuff. [ laughter ] [ ding ] >> and looks like our nice str
, for "teen kids news," i'm steve. cheers. [nursery music playing] just three granules of lead dust can harm your child. if your home was built before 1978, log onto [thunder] announcer: up to 40% of businesses never recover after experiencing a major disaster. make a plan at we can all be energy savers. turn off lights, use energy saving light bulbs, and turn off electronics and appliances when not in use. learn what you can do today at girl: mom, can i have a dollar? yeah. it's right-- i think my purse is upstairs on the bed. it's not here. check the dining room. nope. what about your sister's room? not there, either. the upstairs closet? the downstairs closet. there are no more closets. announcer: moms everywhere are finding ways to keep kids active and healthy. get ideas. get involved. get going at >>> whale watching can be exciting. it got a little too exciting for two people off the coast of south africa. they watched a whale leap out of the ocean and dive back in. the next time the whale came up out of the water he l
rain caused significant damage to this building. steve has the latest from new york city. >> the danger that remains tonight from my reign comes from the hurricane huge rainfall. rivers like this are reaching. there's overflow from north carolina to new england. this is pennsylvania near philadelphia. >> this storm is transitioning into a flooding event. we will experience major flooding. in bay head, new jersey, rising sea water filled the streets . >> we knew around 1130 to 12:00 we may have made a mistake by staying. >> new york city firefighters had to rescue more than 60 people, including three babies, on staten island. >> all of a sudden, the water was up to the level of the cars. >> despite water in some streets, 300,000 new yorkers were allowed back home. that was after the city's first- ever redecoration of coastal neighborhoods. mayor michael bloomberg also closed the subways, the tunnels, and the bridges. >> nobody likes to shut down the economy of the city. nobody likes to inconvenience people. but human lives are much more important. >> falling trees took the most lives. lo
's high-profile ceo steve jobs has resigned. he can no longer handle the job, but does plan to stay on as the chairman of the board. steve jobs has a long history of serious medical problems, including pancreatic cancer. >>> casey anthony has started her one-year probation in a florida check fraud case. anthony who was acquitted last month of murdering her daughter reported to officials last night after a court rejected her appeal of the probation sentence. the court of inquiries ruled that the former commander of the aircraft carrier that produced run a chi videos can remain in the navy. but the panel said captain owen honors committed conduct unbecoming of a naval officer. >>> merriam-webster has new terms, bromance, fist pump, robo calls, and tweet. and a visitor checked into the hospital. a deer got into the emergency room's automatic doors, wandered through the hallways before ushered out by staff members. he got a clean bill of health. it's six minutes past the hour. let's go back outside to ann and david. >> looked like a young deer. >> very young. big ears. >> cute. >> thank
with the tea party. >> we get the latest from reporter steve handelsman in iowa. >> michelle bachmann won the vote. >> you have just sent the message to barack obama! >> iowa republicans gathered in ames and made her the straw favorite. libertarian ron paul ran a strong second. mit romney only came to iowa once since may. perry, in south carolina today, stole some thunder from iowa with this. >> i declare to you today, as a candidate for president of the united states. >> a new republican contender and a new republican winner. >> this was a wonderful downpame on taking the country back. >> we still have a long way to go. >> you will end up having mit romney as the front-runner in south carolina which could spell a long republican campaign season. >> pressure on the national g.o.p. front-runner who is not getting the sunday headlines. >> it is less than a month until romney, perry, and bachmann faceoff in the next debate. nbc news, iowa. >> here in maryland in one month voters will go to the polls to choose the nominee for mayor. a race the incumbent is hoping to win for the first time. de
to go to skype again. we want to check in with steve. he's calling -- checking in from fayetteville, north carolina. steve, how's it going? >> i'm good. how are you? >> great. what's your question? >> my question is, i'm about to enter a two-year college program with a projected cost of $14,000. my wife and i have about $19,000 in the bank, and after last week only about $4,000 in stocks. but we have no debt other than our mortgage. we may need some of that money though for living expenses. my question is, should i get a student loan or should i wait until our money runs out? >> sharon? >> my first question in ters of the money you have in the stock market was this money for retirement or money you always planned to use for education coming up? >> it's always been planned to use for education. >> it probably should not have been in the stock market in the last couple of years if you were planning to go to college right now. that is money you probably will have to take out of the stock market, as you said, that you will have to pay for. but i think the first thing you need to do is s
painted when they first moved into the house? steve kiddleson is using parts of it in a graft table he's making for the family. the photographers have hung the family portrait above the fire place. a muralist is painting a dolphin on the bathroom wall. jim and neil is shopping for a massage chair for karen. they have to try it out first, of course. >> you buy me one? >> and cindy, an interior designer is hard at work giving tyler's room that personal touch. >> we took all of his favorite things and kind of rolled it up into one package. we hope he likes it. >> but there's something deeper motivated cindy. she didn't want to reveal it at first. maybe because it is so painful. >> i had lost a little boy named tyler. and i just really felt like that was a calling. that i really -- my place was to help this little tyler. >> it was almost 20 years ago when cindy's tyler died of an infection shortly after birth. she went on to have four more children, all girls. but the pain of losing her son never went away, she says. until now. >> i did feel him with me during this whole project. for the f
learned this evening that steve jobs, the visionary ceo of apple has resigned. jobs has been fighting pancreatic cancer since 2004. and in his resignation letter, he said i have always said that if i could no longer meet my duties and expectations as ceo i would be the first to let you know, unfortunately, he writes, that day has come. ted cook has been named the new ceo of apple effective immediately. >>> there's new research about alzheimer's disease. by using certain brain scans they have getting closer to figuring out who will get alzheimer's before memory loss or other symptoms appear. nearly 5.3 million american have it. women are more likely to have it than men. as we reported here last night, pat summitt, the hall of fame basketball coach at the university of tennessee has revealed that she is in the early stages of alzheimer's at age 59. tonight msnbc's chris jansing has more on what happened when summit got her stunning diagnosis and how her fighting spirit is part of a new game plan. >> reporter: for 37 years as coach of the tennessee lady volunteers, pat summitt has earned
kick off 16th time.nting for he's tied with steve martin at 15 each. baldwin is the only non-cast member with his own "best of" dvd. saturday night, september 24th. mayor stephanie rawlings blake attends her first forum. a massive recall involving a 34 million pounds of ground turkey. where they were sold and what products are affected, coming up. cook soapbox derby racing comes cook soapbox derby racing comes the baltimore >> set about raising is back, but this time it is different. -- sop abox racing is back. >> kids at different learning centers put the gather their cars for the big race. rob roblin as the story. >> four weeks, have been putting their cars together. today was the big day. it is race day. [cheers] the first ever great salt box derby of baltimore city. middle school students have been putting together their race cars as part of a special math and science learning program sponsored by baltimore city schools. >> they learn how to work together as a team, the alarm problem solving. sometimes the brakes to do not work. but they have to figure it out. it is real
. it survived the 1906 earthquake and fire, but second generation owner steve cornell worries about surviving this economy. >> sometimes i lose sleep at night wondering will i be able to fund my payroll tomorrow and how can i do it? i don't want the checks to bounce. >> reporter: a new survey out today from the national small business association found that 88% of business owners expect the economy to be flat or in a recession over the next 12 months. only 29% say they expect to hire in that time. >> because they're not hiring individuals don't seat chances for them to get jobs in the future, so they're not spending. >> i got a great resume. >> reporter: sharon tatra has been out of work since january 2010. her unemployment benefits run out in six weeks. >> i have to remain positive, and be able to write cover letters and promote myself and try to get a job and not be in the fetal position on the floor crying my eyes out like i'm tempted to do. >> reporter: without her benefits, she doesn't know how she'll pay her rent or buy food. >> you grow up thinking if you're a good person, and you work
. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news. >> coming up next, how it robotic procedure is helping some people with arthritis. >> fans can get out there popcorn and gleek it out >> now, your insta-weather-plus forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> we have mostly cloudy skies with more sunshine breaking through on the eastern shore. we have some shower activity ocean city, westport. they are showing -- westward. they're not showing signs of lightning at this stage. there is also some activity west of the annapolis. then, a little activity moving out of frederick county. no indications of thunder and lightning, but it could be a factor later this afternoon. we could also see more of ts activity later i mentioned some smoke from northern north carolina, so you could see some haze or smoke. let's look outside. we do see some haze in the atmosphere. some of this is just added moisture. 76 at the airport. 79 at the inner harbor. the east wind is at 5 miles an hour. a sampling of temperatures -- we are warming up. yellow indicates we are in the 70's, to near 80. the brush fires are down in thi
year without winning the straw poll. from ames, iowa, i'm steve handelsman, nbc news. >> it is 5:11, 62 degrees on tv hill. the pros aren't the only one gearing up. in medical alert, what experts suggest you do to prepare your young athletes at home. >> the u.s. army soldiers chorus preparing for their big performance. >> plus john has your insta-weather plus forecast. stay with us. "11 news saturday morning" is "11 news saturday morning" is just getting started. i may be mud, but i have standards. mops? please. some of them have bacteria. ♪ and they try to pick me up? ew. i'm really hard to get. uh! ♪ what about love?! [ male announcer ] swiffer attracts dirt. used mops can grow bacteria. swiffer wetjet's antibacterial solution eliminates 99.9% of bacteria that mops can spread around. i like your pad! [ male announcer ] swiffer cleans better than a mop or your money back. can help your kids' school get extra stuff. ♪ like musical instruments. ♪ and new art supplies. ♪ because they're the only cereals with box tops for education. last year, schools earned over ten million doll
weeks. the new debt reducing super committee, the new obama jobs plan. from washington, i am steve handelsman, wbal-tv 11 news. >> tough times in the economy. still ahead, local school superintendent makes his annual address to several hundred school leaders just before the start of the school year. >> plus the battle over benefits. one man's fight to get coverage or breast cancer treatment. >> the latest on a condition doctors are referring to asks tt neck. >> it is the culmination of a camp for some very special kids. i have that story coming up. >> the baltimore county school superintendent addressed his administrators this morning. he said that erupted economy and higher expectations for students success represent the new norm in american public education. he is now working his 12th year as superintendent of the nation's largest school superintendent. your body has to say about the upcoming school year on our website, >> a ct scan that looks at heart arteries for signs of calcium buildup could be the best way to predict heart attack among adults with normal choleste
, steve handlesman. >> well we may be out of the woods, the debt debate continues. our survey shows president obama ranking slightly better than republicans in congress. overall many say they are sick and tired of how everyone on capitol hill handled the situation. you can cash your vote on >> ammonium lead to a dangerous case of rage on i-83. -- pandemonium lead to a dangerous case of road rage on i-83. police say the suspect attacked her and dragged her to the side of the road and threatened her life. he is described as a clean- shaven white male in his 20s. he has a tan complexioned, thin, muscular build and dark eyes and dark hair. anyone with information is asked to call the maryland state police. >> in tonight's education alert, baltimore city is trying to reach the parents of more than 8000 students to ride the bus to school. they are concerned that some of the kids may have moved over the summer, and that could cause troubles once it times -- comes time for school to start. >> city school officials say they need to find out in the next week or so at the latest if
it takes to fix and reopen the washington monument it will get done. from capitol hill, steve handles men, wbal-tv 11 news. >> just as quickly as it ended, pictures and videos came in very fast. ine is the damage thad deck gamble, one of the hardest-hit areas. this ishe giant food store where products took a nosedive. tell us where you were when the earthquake struck. >> yesterday's earthquake forced evacuation of baltimore court house is. some jurors were not advised they should turn to court. barry sims is live outside court house east with more on this story. earthquake just that -- definitely cause a disruption. that impact is still being felt. >> accused of participating in the murder for hire plot that led to the death of a of blind and mentally ill man. he made it clear he did not want an 11 news camera focused on him. he and his brother are charged with conspiracy. he had been taken from his group home to lincoln park. baltimore city police found him in a bathroom stall and february 4, 2009. he had been shot in the head. two states are quick sent potential jurors. another 170 peop
and her new attorney steve sadal is joining us from atlanta. good morning to all of you. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> good morning to you again, steve. choosing probation means this is all over behind you. choosing a new trial brings a lot of emotional risks and legal risks. what is your decision? >> well, i have decided to go along with a new trial. >> why is that? >> because the first what you said about the emotional risk and the legal risk versus just letting it be over as i mentioned before going through things like this makes you a heck of a lot tougher. and by all means, you know, you don't want to wake up in the morning with that hanging over your head. it's bad enough to wake up every morning knowing that you will never see them again. and the conviction hanging there also, it's -- that will be a little bit more emotional in the long run. it's going to stay forever, along with the fact that he's gone. >> to make that decision, you have to have some faith. no, if, in fact, the justice system mistreated you last time, it won't again? >> that's a risk i'm willing to take. a
's brother, steve and daughter briana are joining us exclusi exclusively. good morning to both of you. a miracle? what other word would you use? >> you've been watching her face form over this period of time. the last time we talked to you, she was in icu. what has it been like to see her emerge again. >> it's good to see the rapid progress and a happiness -- a new hope has been sparked. and it's so nice to see her ready to get at it again. >> what about for you, steve? >> initially after the operation, she was quite sick. so i was there for like two weeks and i don't know if she said ten words to me during that time. and so from that point and now they interviewed her this morning. they got her to talk, you know, they mentioned her statements and everything. and her optimism is, you know, back again and so we're quite ecstatic. >> the idea that now there's the possibility, the beginning of her own ability to smile. i see you smiling too. and just thinking about that. what does that mean to your family? what does that mean to charla? >> just for her to make an expression, something th
.1% to 9.1%. to keep it in context, let's check in with cnbc senior economics reporter steve lease m leisman. >> we were up 117,000, and a lot of that, while it was weaker than it should have been because the government is laying off 39,000 and 37,000. we had positive revisions upward to the prior month. so all of this is pretty good news. i think the market is going to feel like it dodged a bullet today with the unemployment rate ticking down to 9.1%. we were really worried about another recession here. these kind of numbers are together with upward revision of 60,000 to the prior month suggesting that maybe we're not so fast falling off a cliff into a recession, natalie. >> all right. good news in all of this economic turmoil we've been seeing. thanks so much. >>> extreme heat is once again pi baking the south with a dozen states with heat advisories. dallas tops 100 degrees thursday for the 41st day in a row. the demand for power to run air conditioners and fans have utility companies warning that wide spread outages are possible today. we're going to have more on this in a live r
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